After taking the month of September off from the NASCAR Camping World Truck Series (NCWTS), the Ricky Benton Racing (RBR) Enterprises team and driver Clay Rogers are ready to tackle October head-on beginning with this weekend's running of the Kentucky 225 at Kentucky Speedway.
Despite the hiatus, the team has been busy.
"We have been working really hard on the trucks at the shop," said Rogers, "concentrating on getting the best piece to the track for Kentucky. With the extra time, we've done some things that we weren't able to do when were we running more races.
"I'm looking forward to seeing what we've got in the No. 92 truck. The weight is down and there are some things that we moved around in the suspension. We're hoping all the work we've put into the trucks will pay off at the track."
QMI returns as the primary sponsor for the Kentucky race.
"We are pleased to be sporting the QMI colors again this week at Kentucky," said RBR owner Ricky Benton. "We were able to get a good finish for them at Bristol and I am hopeful that we can do it again at Kentucky."
QMI, founded in 1986, manufactures automotive preventive maintenance products and equipment at their ISO 9001 certified headquarters based in Lakeland, Fla. QMI brings extended life and efficiency to engines, transmissions, brakes, steering, cooling and climate control systems. They develop and manufacture their own products, specialized tools and equipment for application by specially trained automotive industry professionals.
The No. 92 BTS Tire and Wheel Distributors/fleetHQ.com/QMI Chevrolet will be making its 14th start of the NCWTS season. Despite not entering six races, the team is 20th in the series points standings. In the previous 13 starts, the team has 10 top-20 finishes, including a season-best third place showing at Daytona.
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